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  1. 1st Roe trophy

    Evening chaps, I have finally got round to cleaning my first roe buck skull and I must say I’m chuffed to bits with it! It took me until 2am Wednesday morning but I got there In the end!
  2. Available: Somerset Roe

    Roe buck stalking available. Walk and Stalk. High seat. DSC2 assessments All classes of buck in area starting at £75 Stalking fees £85/outing. Trophy Fees are £1/gram up to 500g of top skull without mandible. Additional wt in excess of 500g is charged at £9/gram. Weight will be determined 24...
  3. Cast antlers

    I apologise for this not technically being taxidermy or trophy preparation, but these are all trophy's in my eyes. These are from one stag over the last 5 years, the stag has now gone back and is only 12 points this year and so I hope to pull the trigger on him soon. Do many people find cast...
  4. Sold: Roe Trophy Saw

    Selling Up. Roe Trophy Saw, just purchased from another member a few months back and still unused. £20 posted.
  5. Sold: Hunters Skull & Clamp Saw

    A useful and practical piece of equipment for those who wish to prepare their own trophies. Comes with saw. Saw blade length: 37 cm. . Prices held while stocks last. Buy now to avoid disappointment. Handle colour/material may vary from picture. £35 posted UK Mainland to SD Members. Trophy...
  6. Advice needed, Red skull attachment to shield

    After this skull has been whitened I will be looking to mount his on a shield, however i'm not to sure on the methods used. I was thinking of a strong glue but due to the weight this is a non starter! Can someone point me in the right direction or share your experiences? Also I'm looking for a...
  7. New to site - old hand at taxidermy and tanning

    Hello to all! I am based in North Wales. My interest is in taxidermy and tanning, having been in the trade for over 25 years with many hours spent sculpting and re-creating trophy mounts, rugs, skulls etc,etc. I was trained through the family business and enjoy both the technical and artistic...
  8. Overview - Preparing a Head/Trophy

    Since I was doing a couple of heads I thought I'd take the opportunity to take some photos of the process. As always, this is just the way I do it, there are plenty of folks on here who have been doing it a lot better and longer than me, so please chip in with suggestions etc. if you know a...
  9. Trophy hunter's embarrassment

    Apologies if this has been posted before:

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